Street Atlas of Sofia with its outer suburbs and satellite districts at 1:12,000, with a topographic map of the Vitosha massif at 1:50,000 and a 4-page English language to the capital. The city’s tram, trolleybus and bus lines are shown with stops and line numbers.
One way streets are marked, plus car parks, locations of petrol stations and car repair services. Symbols indicate various other services and places of interest. Streets show selected house numbers for easier identification of addresses. Names of main streets are given in both Cyrillic and Latin alphabet, smaller streets and other information is in Cyrillic only. The index list changes in street names since 2002 and includes a very extensive gazetteer of various services including hotels.
Map legend and all information apart from the 4-page English language guide is in Bulgarian only, but website addresses in the gazetteer section are given in the Latin alphabet.
The atlas also includes a 2-page map covering the Vitosha massif at 1:50,000, with contours at 20m intervals plus graphics and colouring for rocks, marshland, woodlands, etc. The map shows access to the mountain by public transport and indicates cable car lines and chair or ski lifts, hotels and mountain shelters, rescue posts, etc. Waymarked hiking routes are highlighted. All place names and the legend are in Cyrillic and the legend is in Bulgarian only.
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